We Don’t Guess, We Test!
Specific Adjustments Only When Needed
Our goal is to have you hold your adjustments as long as possible.
We accomplish this by not doing any guesswork. If you are found to show signs of a misalignment in your spine on your initial exam we will take specific x-rays to determine how the spine has been misaligned and how best to correct it.
We will also do nerve scans to determine when you need to be adjusted or not. This allows us to minimize the number of adjustments that are needed in order for you to stabilize and hold your correction as long as possible.
We will do before and after scans every time you are in the office to:
- First to determine if you need an adjustment or are holding the previous adjustment
- If an adjustment is necessary the post scan will confirm that the adjustment has been successful in removing the nerve interference that has been detected with the nerve scan.
Holding the adjustment is the key to healing.
Specific and precise adjustments help normalize spinal function and avoid bone and soft tissue degeneration. When nervous system function improves in this way, the body can begin the natural healing process.
Our specific adjustments are so safe, even newborns and children can receive them. Frequently To damage caused by the birth process, learning to walk, or other childhood trauma can lead to many childhood issues.
Each specific upper cervical adjustment is tailored to each patient’s age, size, and unique spinal problem.
X-rays are a critical part of determining how your spine has been affected by accidents and injuries and to determine the type of misalignment and how best to correct it.
After a thorough evaluation, we will take three-dimensional x-rays to thoroughly and effectively evaluate your spinal alignment and how best to correct it with our precise and specific adjustments.
Non-Invasive Infrared Thermal Scan
An infrared thermal scan is a noninvasive way to determine if you have interference to the nervous system.
An infrared thermal scan is performed to evaluate your autonomic nervous system by measuring skin temperature differentials.
Autonomic nerves control your organs, glands and blood vessels. Imbalances in skin temperature may be caused by misalignments in the spine.
Thermal scans are part of the initial examination to determine if you have a spinal misalignment. Scans are also performed after a specific adjustment to determine if the nervous system pattern has improved.
On follow-up visits, a thermal scan will be performed to determine if the misalignment is present and if necessary after the specific adjustment has been performed to determine that the nerve interference has been removed.
WE DON’T GUESS WE TEST!